Hockey jerseys are a great collectible if you are a sports fan. Columbus Blue Jacket jerseys are highly collectible and just for kicks if you were trying to collect jerseys worn by Russian-born players you’d have to locate a total of four from Columbus.
The 2014-15 team roster lists defensemen Nikita Nikitin (#6), Fedor Tyutin (#51), forward Artem Anisimov (#42) and goalie Sergei Bobrovsky (#72) as the foursome from Russia. While there are some Russian players in the league, older fans still find it an oddity considering the historic 1972 Summit Series that pit Canada, made up of the top NHL players of the day against the Soviet Union.
The Canadians took the eight-game series 4-3-1 to be forever remembered as showing the boys in red and white that the boys in white and red knew a thing or two about slapping a piece of rubber around a sheet of ice. Imagine what one of those USSR hockey jerseys would be worth today. Here’s a great way to keep your hockey jersey collectible safe and protected with our Columbus Blue Jackets Jersey Display Case.
Some key features of this jersey display case:
Has space to hold a single jersey (sports memorabilia not included)
The jersey frame comes in your choice of wood, mahogany or black finish
Includes an engraved Columbus Blue Jackets logo
Officially Licensed by the NHL
Inner dimensions: 38"H x 29 1/2"W x 3"D
Outer dimensions: 42"H x 34 1/2"W x 3 1/2"D
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